“A Christmas Snow,” “The Secrets of Jonathan Sperry,” “Time Changer,” “SIX - The Mark Unleashed” and “The Omega Code” are some well-reviewed Christian films on Trinity Broadcasting Network. This Christian-based television network is the largest religious network in the world.
Paul and Jan Crouch, along with Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker, founded TBN in 1973 as Trinity Broadcasting Systems. The network has its headquarters in Costa Mesa, California. As of July 2015, Matt Crouch, the son of Paul and Jan Crouch, serves as the head of operations and president of the network.
TBN has produced numerous films, many of which other studios have made exclusively for TBN. “The Emissary,” “Carman: The Champion,” “The Revolutionary” and “The Omega Code” are some TBN movies. TBN typically broadcasts religious or inspirational feature films on its networks during the weekend. ChristianFilmDatabase.com lists all of the TBN films, along with reviews.
TBN has a Hollywood Christian motion picture studio named Gener8Xion Entertainment. Founded by Matt and Laurie Crouch, Gener8Xion Entertainment has produced many TBN films. TBN also broadcasts films produced by other companies on its network. “The Passion of the Christ,” directed by Mel Gibson, is one of the most notable films telecast on TBN.